Assistant Professor of Art History: Art of Africa and the African Diaspora,
The Department of Arts, Culture and Media is seeking a tenure-track Art
Historian specializing in the Art of Africa and the African Diaspora, although outstanding candidates with expertise in Latin American/Pre-Columbian Art or Asian/SE Asian Art may be considered.
position is part of an Art History program within a department that
also includes undergraduate programs in Art, Graphic Design, Journalism,
and Video Production, as well as a graduate program in Jazz Studies.
must be able to teach introductory and advanced undergraduate
courses in African/African diasporic visual cultures, as well as other
art history courses that support the curriculum. There are also
opportunities for interdisciplinary and collaborative teaching both
within the Department and across the campus. Candidates
must: be dedicated to providing quality instruction; contribute to the
department's multidisciplinary focus; and undertake independent
scholarly activity appropriate for advancement within Rutgers
University. Responsibilities also include undergraduate
as well as departmental and university service with a willingness to
take on administrative responsibility.
Requirements: Candidates must have: a Ph.D. by the time of appointment; relevant
teaching experience; a record of scholarly work and a clear
research agenda, demonstrating the ability to build a body of recognized
work suitable for tenure at a research university.
How to Apply: Use the online application portal below to submit: a
letter of application addressing qualifications for this position; C.V.; statement of teaching philosophy; statement
of research goals; names and email addresses of three references
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